Ebony’s unreleased songs: 60% for Bullet, 40% for me – Dad
Nana Poku Kwarteng, the father of late Dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns, has given a hint about how much he will take from proceeds from unreleased records of his daughter.
Starboy Kwarteng, as he is currently known within Ghana’s showbiz circles, was involved in a feud with Ebony’s manager and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rufftown Records, Bullet after his daughter passed away.
Mr Kwarteng had accused Bullet of using dubious means to cheat him in the sharing of profit that accrued from Ebony’s tribute concert.
However, after burying their differences, the late singer’s father revealed that an agreement had been reached in principle to revert to splitting profits in the same manner it was done when Ebony was alive.
When Citi TV asked whether it would be 60 percent to the record label and 40 percent to him (Starboy Kwarteng), he responded in the affirmative.
“It will be as it has always been. Nothing has changed yet, so for now the arrangement remains the same,” he responded with a wry smile on his face.
Both Nana Kwarteng and Rufftown Records have agreed to also organise an anniversary programme in memory of the late dancehall diva.